Thanks to the support of other bonsai enthusiasts, I am now able to explore the endless possibilities offered by clay. It is a material that doesn’t follow the same rules as other three dimensional materials. Parting with a piece that I’ve obsessed over is strange, but no matter how good a bonsai pot is, it… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Trader
Following a random conversation with Andy Pearson of Stone Monkey Ceramics in 2011 SUTEKI was born! My original idea was just to make pots for myself but was then encouraged to make more and try selling them on and the rest, as they say, is history.
Thank you once again John Pitt of Bonsai Ceramics for being the Show Sponsor for Swindon Winter Image Bonsai Show 2017 on Sunday 26th February. John considers this to be the best bonsai show in the UK.
John Pitt of John Pitt Bonsai Ceramics will be present at the Swindon Bonsai Winter Image Show 2016 on Sunday 28th February. Here is a sneak preview of some of his new pot creations and new colours of pots he will be selling at the show. If you want one, you will need to be… Read more »
I have only just found out today that John Pitt Ceramics has been working on a NEW Range of shohin pots and they will be on show for the first time at the 2015 Swindon ‘Winter Image’ show on Sunday the 22nd Feb. It is explained in an earlier post that John is the main Award… Read more »
Lee Verhorevoort Bonsai will be a trader at our 2012 Winter Image Show on Sunday 19th February and Lee will be selling a wide range of Bonsai trees and some really unusual and unique tree species.
Doug Mudd creates gorgeous bonsai tables and he will be a trader at the 2012 Swindon Winter Image Show. Doug makes delicate hand crafted wooden bonsai display tables and you will be able to see his work and perhaps treat yourself to one of his beautiful range of bonsai tables. For futher details on how… Read more »
Ken Leaver of WindyBank Bonsai will have a stand at this years forth coming 10th Anniversary Winter Image Show and he will not disappoint all those looking to expand their bonsai tree collections or even start a collection.